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Binus School Simprug

Jl. Sultan Iskandar Muda Kav. G-8 Simprug, Jakarta Selatan 12220

  • +62-21 7243663 (ext. 4120-4122)
  • admissions@binus.edu
  • Principal : Peter Matthew Saidi

GENERAL INFORMATION

Binus School Simprug nurtures each student to achieve their upmost potential by delivering a high quality international curriculum, delivered by highly-qualified international teaching faculty. Each student at BINUS SCHOOL Simprug is equipped with the competencies they need to be a proud and outstanding achiever. Binus School Simprug incorporates enquiry-based learning, student-centered learning, and a holistic approach which makes our students internationally-minded life-long learners.

With its focus on the International Baccalaurete (IB) curriculum, Binus School Simprug caters to all grade levels from Early Years 1 (for children aged 3) up to High School grade 12, making it one of the few IB World Schools available in Indonesia. Specific IB training is also facilitated by the school and by the IB. Binus School Simprug is also fortunate to have amongst its faculty IB workshop leaders, IBDP Examiners, and IB School Visiting Team Member.

Binus School Simprug offers all of the three internationally-recognised and world-renowned IB Programmes: Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP), and Diploma Programme (DP) in one roof. A typical Binus' student will have an overall IB passing grade above the world average, a chance of scoring a perfect 45 out of 45 on their IB Diploma, win international level competitions, and becoming an accomplished leader in battling social issues. The schoolwide values of Binus School Simprug align with the IB Learner Profile to guide the children to be proud and outstanding achievers, locally and globally.

CURRICULUM

Early Years : Enquiry-based
Elementary : IB Primary Years Programme
Middle School : IB Middle Years Programme
High School : IB Diploma Programme

 

Age Group

  • Early Years (3 - 5 years)
  • Elementary (6 - 10 years)
  • Middle School (11 - 14 years)
  • High School (15 - 17 years)

School Terms

  • First Term (July - December)
  • Second Term (January - June)

School Fees

  • Please contact admissions for further details

Level of Education

  • Early Years

​​​​​​The Early Years (EY) curriculum enhances children's natural curiosity and is responsive to their needs, interests, abilities, and approaches to learning. Opportunities are provided for them to plan and choose their own activities from a range of learning areas and projects. Each child's home culture and language are also valued and linked with school experiences. In all areas, we provide vital support for them to be active enquirers and lifelong learners.

Our Early Years (EY) 1 & 2 classes complete four units of enquiry while our EY 3 children explore six units of enquiry each year. Learning experiences in the Early Years build o­n children`s interests and are based o­n enquiry, which takes many forms such as play. Our daily timetable allows time for the children to play, explore the environment and investigate what triggers their curiosity.

  • Elementary

Binus School Simprug have been authorised by the International Baccalaureate Organisation to offer the Primary Years Programme (PYP), a transdisciplinary curriculum that is engaging, relevant, challenging and significant for learners in the 3-12 age range. The curriculum is broad and inclusive and have a great emphasis on the acquisition of essential knowledge and skills, development of conceptual understanding, demonstration of positive attitudes, and taking of responsible action.

All units constitute the programme of enquiry, which is also based on the Indonesian National Curriculum. Throughout the curriculum, Information Technology is used as a tool that facilitates learning. Students are exposed to languages other than their mother tongue. The school's language of instruction is English and starting from EY 1, Indonesian Language and Chinese Language are taught to BINUS students.

  • Middle School

​​​The Middle School at Binus School Serpong encompasses Grades 6 to 10. It is the point at which the curriculum becomes increasingly less integrated as characterized by the Elementary School and more subject based. The curriculum is based upon The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme. The Indonesian Department of Education also recognizes our international programmes.

The Middle School Curriculum provides students with a stimulating and challenging opportunity to study a broad range of subject-based topics in both a national and international context. Assessment is both formative and summative, and knowledge and understanding may be demonstrated in a variety of ways, which allows each student the opportunity to experience success. English is the dominant language of instruction in the Middle School. An option for all students is to receive instruction in Mandarin Language at an appropriate level to ensure early mastery.

  • High School

Binus School Simprug is an authorized IB World School. In 2007, the school introduced the Diploma Programme (DP), which complements the PYP and MYP that are currently offered in the Elementary and Middle Schools.​​​​​​​

The DP is internationally-recognized, and graduates have direct access to international universities of their choice. The two-year international curriculum aims to provide students with values and opportunities that will enable them to develop sound judgement, make wise choices, and respect others in the global community.

Achievement

Since the first alumni graduated in 2000, students from Binus School Simprug have entered and excelled in some of the best universities around the world. Twenty-two of the students have been awarded Curriculum Council of Western Australia “Certificates of Excellence” for academic excellence.

Throughout the years Binus School Simprug's graduates were accepted to the following universities:

Australia

  • Australian National University

  • Blue Mountain International Hotel Management School

  • College of William Anglish

  • Curtin University

  • Deakin University

  • Edith Cowan University

  • Le Cordon Bleu

  • Macquarie University

  • Monash University

  • Queensland University of Technology

  • RMIT

  • Swinburne University of Technology

  • The University of Sydney

  • University of Adelaide

  • University of Melbourne

  • University of New South Wales

  • University of Queensland

  • University of Technology Sydney

  • University of Western Australia

Canada

  • Georgetown University

  • McGill University

  • Simon Fraser University

  • University of Toronto

  • University of British Columbia

China

  •  Les Roches – JinJiang

  • Sino British College, Shanghai

Czech

  • University of Economics, Prague

France

  • Instituto Marangoni

Hongkong

  • Chinese University Hong Kong

  • Hongkong University for Science and Technology

  • Hong Kong University

Indonesia

  • Binus University International

  • Institut Seni Indonesia

  • Swiss German University

  • Universitas Airlangga

  • Universitas Atma Jaya

  • Universitas Gajah Mada

  • Universitas Indonesia

  • Universitas Parahyangan

Japan

  • Asia Pacific University

South Korea

  • Korean Advanced Institute for Science and Technology

  • Seoul National University

  • Yonsei University

Malaysia

  • Limkokwing University

Netherlands

  • Leiden University College, The Hague

  • Maastrict University

  • Utrecht University

New Zealand

  • Lincoln University

Phillipines

  • University of the Phillipines

Singapore

  • La Salle College of Arts

  • National University Singapore

  • Singapore Institute of Management

  • Singapore Management University

Switzerland

  • Les Roches

  • Swiss Hotel Management School

  • International Hotel and Tourism Training Institute

United Kingdom

  • Aston University

  • Bournemouth University

  • Bradforth university

  • Bristol University

  • Brunnel University

  • Cardiff university

  • City University London

  • Coventry university

  • De Montford University

  • Durham university

  • Edinburgh university

  • Exeter University

  • Goldsmith university

  • Heriott-Watt University

  • Leeds Metropolitan University

  • London School of Commerce

  • Middlesex University

  • Newcastle university

  • Nottingham University

  • Oxford-Brookes University

  • Portsmouth University

  • Queen Mary, University of London

  • Reading university

  • Royal Holloway University

  • Surrey University

  • Swansea University

  • University of West England

  • University of Bath

  • University of Birmingham

  • University of College London

  • University of East Anglia

  • University of Manchester

  • University of Northumbria

  • University of Nottingham

  • University of Southampton

  • University of the Arts, London

  • University of Warwick

  • University of Westminster

United States

  • Academy of Art University

  • AMDA

  • Baylor University

  • Berklee School of Music

  • Boston University

  • Ca lPoly Pomona

  • California College of the Arts

  • College University of New York

  • Fordham College at Rose Hill

  • Loyola Marymount Univeristy

  • Miami University of Ohio

  • Michigan State University

  • Northeastern University

  • Ohio State University

  • Oregon State University

  • OTIS College of Art

  • Parsons School of Design

  • PennState University

  • Pepperdine University

  • Purdue University

  • San Diego State University

  • San Fransisco State University

  • School of Visual Arts, New York

  • St. Mary College of California

  • UC Berkeley

  • UC Davis

  • UC LA

  • University of Connecticut

  • University of Houston

  • University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

  • University of Massachusets, Amherst

  • University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

  • University of Minnesota – Twin Cities

  • University of Oregon

  • University of San Diego

  • University of San Fransisco

  • University of Southern California

  • University of Texas at Austin

  • University of WashingtonUniversity of Wisconsin – Madison

School Facilities

Badminton Court
Basket Ball Court
Computer Laboratory
Science Laboratory
Studio
Clinic
Cafetaria
Function Hall
Locker
Green Area
Wi-Fi

After School Programs

futsal
football
basketball
volley ball
Theater
Music/BAND
Choir
Dances
marching Band
Science club